What year was the Hollies The Air That I Breathe?
The Air That I Breathe/Released
“The Air That I Breathe” is a ballad written by Albert Hammond and Mike Hazlewood, initially recorded by Albert Hammond on his 1972 album It Never Rains in Southern California. It was a major hit for the Hollies in early 1974, reaching number two in the UK Singles Chart.
Who sang the Hollies The Air That I Breathe?
The Air That I Breathe/Artists
What album is Air That I Breathe by The Hollies on?
The Air That I Breathe/Album
Who replaced Graham Nash in The Hollies?
Sylvester also substituted for Nash as part of the group’s songwriting team, with Clarke and Hicks. As planned before Nash’s departure, the group’s next album was Hollies Sing Dylan, which reached No. 3 on the UK chart, while the US version, Words and Music by Bob Dylan, was ignored.
What guitar did the Hollies use?
The Hollies’ lead guitarist, Tony Hicks, used a red Vox Phantom XII on the recording of “Look through any Window.” Hicks, who is an excellent musician on all manner of fretted instruments, doesn’t often get the credit which is due his great talent.
Who played lead guitar for The Hollies?
|Tony Hicks||1963-present||lead guitar banjo mandolin sitar backing vocals|
|Bobby Elliott||drums percussion|
|Ray Stiles||1986–1990 1991–present||bass backing vocals|
|Ian Parker||1991–present||keyboards backing vocals|
When did Graham Nash leave the hollies?
Allan Clarke and Graham Nash founded the band as a Merseybeat-type music group in Manchester, although some of the band members came from towns further north in East Lancashire. Graham Nash left the group in 1968 to form Crosby, Stills & Nash.